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15 Inspiring Travel Movies That Call Out The Christopher Columbus in You!

Author Mariam Youssef
Time 12/6/23, 10:16 AM
15 Inspiring Travel Movies That Call Out The Christopher Columbus in You!
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These movies are ones you can watch again and again without ever growing tired of. A good travel film is the one thing that makes us want to travel even more. It provides you with the drive and inspiration to travel to a new place. Thus, this is our ranking of the greatest travel-themed films ever made. Which ones are your top picks? We always have the sudden need to pack up everything and travel the world after viewing one of these movies. Over the years, watching excellent travel films like this one has greatly influenced our aspirations for travel. That said, read on to know 15 of the best travel movies that will inspire the Christopher Columbus inside you to travel around the world.

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Into The Wild

Graduate Christopher McCandless attempted to live in the wild in Alaska after donating all of his belongings and money to charity and hitchhiking throughout Northern America. This moving story of his journey features Emile Hirsch in many of the actual places Christopher, alias "Alexander Supertramp," visited. Enjoy the tranquil Lake Tahoe, Beard's Hollow camping, Colorado River kayaking, and running with wild horses.

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Under The Tuscan Sun

A bright comedy-drama about a divorced woman rediscovering herself, this adaption has scenery as lovely as the lead performance from Diane Lane. Friends of Frances Mayes take her on a tour to Tuscany, where she falls in love with an abandoned house and impulsively purchases it. She becomes a major fixer-upper and meets plenty of interesting individuals, such as a peculiar old British actress and Polish builders.

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Based on a short story by James Thurber, this delightful trip ultimately lets a daydreamer carry out his travel aspirations. Ben Stiller plays Walter, a boring desk job at Life magazine employee who embarks on a global treasure hunt to find a lost negative taken by renowned photojournalist Sean O'Connell.

The Motorcycle Diaries

The autobiography of Che Guevara, written before he rose to prominence as a revolutionary in Latin America, serve as the inspiration for this breathtaking movie. For eight months and more than 14,000 kilometers, Guevara and his friend Alberto "Mial" Granado journey throughout South America atop a motorcycle. The rest of Guevara's extraordinary life was influenced by the experience. You'll be motivated to find out more about the breathtakingly gorgeous continent after seeing the film.

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Before Sunrise

The romantic backdrop of this cult film is a train traveling to Vienna. They spend the night strolling across the city together after meeting along the way. They jump on trains and ride ferris wheels along the banks of the Danube, and their open, genuine discussions are engaging and funny. It's natural to fall in love with the Austrian city. Before Sunset and Before Midnight came after this, yet this is still the most romantic of the bunch.

Amelie

A list of the greatest travel films would be incomplete without this lovely French film, which boasts an amazing cinematography as well as a genuine, feel-good plot. The movie centers on the lives of individuals close to Amelie, a young French woman looking for her calling in life. It's as nice as it gets if you're looking for inspiration or wanderlust from Paris.

Wild

Wearing oversized backpacks and poorly fitting hiking boots, Reese Witherspoon portrayed Cheryl Strayed, a writer who traveled 1,100 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail following the tragic death of her mother. (The movie is based on the eponymous best-selling book written by Strayed in 2012.) Along the way, Strayed gains mental clarity, or at least acceptance of who she is.

Lost in Translation

The plot of Lost in Translation centers on Bob and Charlotte, two independent tourists who go to Tokyo simultaneously. In a weird and intriguing city, they meet and become friends while going through bewilderment and humor. Bob, an elderly performer, is featured in advertisements, and Charlotte, a photographer's business partner, is uninterested. They are an odd couple who are somewhat alone in a strange metropolis with millions of citizens. 

Midnight in Paris

You will enjoy this movie if you enjoy Woody Allen movies. As an aspiring novelist named Gil Pender, Owen Wilson visits Paris with her fiancée's family. Somehow, he finds himself journeying back in time to the 1920s, where he encounters literary and artistic luminaries from the Jazz Age, such as Cole Porter, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway. This movie really made us fall in love.

A Good Year

A nasty London banker receives an inheritance of a Province, France, vineyard. His efforts to sell the land as soon as possible might be jeopardized by childhood memories and two stunning women. The movie reminded us too much of Under the Tuscan Sun, despite the fact that the Provence vineyards are breathtaking. Still, it is a very pleasant experience.

The Beach

Are you interested in seeing Leonardo DiCaprio when he a dazzling young man? We don't mean to burst anyone's bubble, but this isn't the Titanic. For the female readers of this piece, the 2000 adventure movie "The Beach" features a young Leonardo DiCaprio swimming in the stunningly clean seas of Ko Phi Phi Lee while sporting no shirt.

The Bucket List

The movie The Bucket List will make you want to do everything on your bucket list before it's too late. It's heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. The movie serves as a good reminder that life is too brief and that we should make the most of it.

Tracks

Replacing the real-life writer Robyn Davidson, Mia Wasikowska journeys through the stunning terrain of Western Australia, accompanied just by four camels and a cherished dog. Her sporadic human visits include a National Geographic photographer, an Aboriginal Australian elder called Mr. Eddy who leads her around ancestral territories, and a variety of tourists who come to stare at the nicknamed Camel Lady.

Vicky Christina Barcelona

This film follows two women as they travel to Spain for their summer vacation. Their love triangle becomes even more tumultuous when his (not so ex)-wife reappears, as they fall in love with the same artist. starring Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson, and Javier Bardem.

 In addition to having a compelling storyline, it does a fantastic job of showcasing Barcelona and the northern Spanish countryside.

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

We know this movie in Indian, but we cannot not include it in this list! Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara ( You Don't Get Life a Second Time ) is about two lifelong friends who take a third on a road trip through Spain rather than throwing a traditional bachelor party. We get to see the beauty of Spain and La Tomatina - a traditional festival where Spanish people throw, step on, and dance in tomatoes.

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